Pueblito de Los Dominicos, Santiago

(4.1/5 based on 1,300+ reviews on the web)
View various pieces of arts and crafts made by local Chileans at Pueblito de Los Dominicos. Walk through the market and admire the traditional and contemporary arts of Chile, as well as the garden-like setting. Strike up a conversation with the vendors to learn more about traditional craftsmanship, since many of them are artisans themselves. The artists create jewelry, clothing, scarves, woodwork, and more. Caution to those with allergies: the area also houses a large amount of cats. Put Pueblito de Los Dominicos on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Santiago trip itinerary maker.
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  • easy to get to - at the end of the metro - walk up the slight hill and you're there. Although it opens about 10 - it doesn't really get going until 11.30. Although it is open on Mondays about 30% of t...  more »
  • It's a great craft fair. There's some interesting stuff and a lot of crap. Go easy by metro red line. Last season. We were at the opening and some shops were closed. But like almost everything repeats itself a bit, did not lack. With time I think it's worth the visit
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  • Very typical place of Santiago, you can visit and buy native souvenirs, the Church of the Dominicans, is of similar architecture to the Catholic churches of the missions in USA, Santa Barbara, California or San Antonio, Texas and elsewhere in the world, is incredible inside the similarity.
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  • A must if you visit Santiago. Imperdible si visitan Santiago
  • Quaint shops, a very wide variety of local artisans, craftsman and delicious restaurants for lunch and tea time. A must stop for visitors!
  • A unique outdoor gallery of tiny shops with unique art, crafts and mementos. In the summer there's usually a classy musical ambiance such as a harpist.
  • Nice Art Center in Santiago. A bit more expensive then other centers, but with more choices.
  • We were wandering around in Santiago looking for some good gifts that were not cheap trinkets. Finally was directed here by a local. I think this is a must go place for local handicrafts in Santiago. We found some great Alpaca scarves and Lapiz Lazuli jewelry for a great price. The only negative was that it's a bit out of the way. Best way to get there is to take the train to Los Dominicos.